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The Hague (AFP) – The Dutch territory of Curacao said Saturday it would do what is needed to prevent measles spreading from a Scientology cruise ship, after a crew member came down with the disease. The Freewinds, which left the Caribbean island of St. Lucia on Friday, arrived back in its home port of Curacao ...

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CNN:- Thailand has crowned its new king in a $31 million three-day celebration that comes almost 69 years to the day since the last coronation. The coronation of 66-year-old King Maha Vajiralongkorn Bodindradebayavarangkun kicked off on Saturday, more than two years after he ascended the throne following the death of his father King Bhumibol Adulyadej, who […]

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Associated Press & Reuters:–  WILLEMSTAD, Curacao — Authorities in Curacao on Saturday boarded a ship that arrived under quarantine to start vaccinating people to prevent a measles outbreak. “We’re not that afraid about the disease itself,” said Curacao epidemiologist Dr. Izzy Gerstenbluth. “It’s about doing what we can do to try to contain the spread […]

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(FOX NEWS) — A Florida man told authorities he witnessed a man severely beating a 3-year-old girl with a brick while she was trapped inside a trash can Thursday. Jose Sotomayor said he was at his Miami Gardens home when he heard loud noises. He said he walked outside and witnessed the horrific scene. He ...

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Saint Lucia’s Principal Nursing Officer has called on citizens to avoid paying attention to negative talk about vaccinations, as the Ministry of Health ended Vaccination Week. Alicia Baptiste also called on parents to play an important role in supporting vaccination.   “Saint Lucians need to avoid listening to all the negatives about vaccination and understand […]

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Trinidad Express:- A fourteen-year-old girl was among three people shot dead, while a police constable was injured in Carenage last night during a shoot-out between the police and a group of men they were trying to arrest. Police said that around 7.30 officers of the Western Division Task Force were on enquiries at Big Yard Road, […]

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With Sunday, May 5th, 2019 marking the 8th Anniversary of the killing of 5 men by Saint Lucia police, Human Rights campaigner, Mary Francis, has reiterated a call for justice in the matter. “I wish to once again remind the authorities of the duty of the State to ensure that those involved in the killing of […]

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MIAMI, United States (AFP) — A Boeing 737 skidded off a runway into a river after crash-landing during a lightning storm in Florida on Friday, officials said, with terrified passengers all safely evacuated to shore from the stricken jet’s wings. The plane carrying 143 people including crew from Guantanamo Bay in Cuba slammed into shallow […]

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Press Release:- International Earth Day is a global event observed each year on April 22nd. According to the Earth Day Network, the organization that leads earth day worldwide, millions of people from across the globe participate in what is considered the largest civil focused day of action. Saint Lucia was not left out, as the leading […]

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